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Great Western Futures' USHL Goalie of the Week: Ryan McInchak - Junior Hockey News

Published: Sunday, 29 Dec 2019  
By: Michael Moore

This week the Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Goalie of the Week is Ryan McInchak of the Lincoln Stars.  This week produced zero shutouts for USHL goalies. Only Madison and Omaha were victorious this week by allowing only a single goal. However we chose the Lincoln netminder because he was one of the few goaltenders that played and won back to back games this weekend. Not only did Ryan win but he kept his team alive, facing 37 shots to finally get the victory in OT, on Friday night. What is more staggering is that he started the following game on Saturday and only let in two of the 21 Fargo shots he encountered. His efforts completed the Stars’ sweep of the Force. 

Ryan McInchak’s statistics stand at: 
W:7, L:6, T:0, SO:0, GAA:3.25, SV%:0.877

Ryan McInchak (20) is originally from Trenton, MI. He spent his youth developing his game with the Oakland Jr. Grizzlies and Belle Tire of the Tier One Elite Hockey League. Ryan first broke into Junior hockey playing with the New Jersey Hitman of the NCDC. In the 2018-2019 he earned the NCDC’s Best GAA (1.58) and Best SVS% (.940). Those accolades paved his way to the USHL where he continued his season with the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Now with the Stars, Ryan has yet to make his NCAA commitment. 

*Photo courtesy of Hickling Images

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Author: Michael Moore
Michael is a professional hockey scout and advisor with Victorious Hockey helping North America’s top hockey prospects fulfill their ultimate playing potential.

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